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Have irregular periods even after childbirth. Taking Ovrall and Ashotone. Should I have second child?

Hi, i got am irregular period right from the day it started when i was 14 yrs old after having medicines it use to stop or start later after many yrs dr. Said that will heel after ur 1st child. Now my child is 4 yrs old after pregancy almost 1yr my period was regular again its irregular by 2 and half mon. This doctor has given me ovrall*l 21 taband ashotone syrup still i am taking tabs if i want to go for 2nd child wht will i do now or wht do i tell to doctors
Asked On : Sun, 31 Mar 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.
You better get investigated to find out the possible cause for your problem like poly cystic ovary disease, thyroid abnormality etc. and take tablets accordingly.
And maintain ideal weight for the height.
After that you have to stop your contraceptive pills before planning for pregnancy.
Then you have to track your ovulation with ovulation kit and plan unprotected intercourse around that period, which will icrease the possibility of the pregnancy.
Take care.
Answered: Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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